By Stuart Woods
Will Lee, the brave and uncompromising senator from Georgia, is back-now as President of the United States-in this 5th booklet of the New York Times bestselling sequence that started with Chiefs.
When a admired conservative baby-kisser is killed within his lakeside cabin, professionals haven't any suspect in sight. And extra possible diverse deaths could be associated with an analogous assassin. From a quiet D.C. suburb to the corridors of energy to a abandoned island hideaway in Maine, Will, his CIA director spouse, Kate, and the FBI will song their guy, set a trap-and anticipate the main risky type of quarry, a killer with a reason to die for...
By Dennis Wheatley
7 Sep 1939 - eight Nov 1939
The Scarlet Impostor is the 1st of 7 volumes incorporating the valuable occasions that happened among September, 1939, and should, 1945. The sequence follows the actions of Gregory Sallust, essentially the most infamous mystery brokers ever created in fiction in regards to the moment international War.
When Gregory Sallust landed in Germany early in 1940 his activity used to be to touch an anti-Nazi employer able to overthrow Hitler and sue for peace. Masquerading first as a German basic, after which as an SS Gruppenführer, the intense threat and trouble with which he used to be confronted made him doubt that he could ever break out from Germany back, surrounded as he was once through one of the most vicious and made up our minds Nazis of the 3rd Reich.
By Dana Stabenow
Alaska nation Trooper Liam Campbell used to be a tender go-getter with every thing going his way--a wealthy spouse, a loving son, and a profession able to take off. yet then all of it fell to items. A inebriated motive force took his relations, a sad miscalculation took his occupation, and the bottle was once approximately to take every thing else...until Liam came across himself on a airplane to his new posting--a small local city faraway from the large urban comforts of Anchorage. And destiny is not comprehensive with him but. No quicker does he set foot off the aircraft than he's faced with a suspiciously useless physique, an place of work going to hell in a handbasket, and the accusing glare of the one lady he'd ever actually loved...and misplaced. that includes richly drawn-out characters and a spellbindingly rugged situation, hearth And Ice is Dana Stabenow's such a lot completely relaxing paintings so far, and is the 1st installment of an excellent new secret sequence!
By Michael Connelly
The moment number 1 bestseller from writer Michael Connelly--"the top secret author on the earth" (GQ)--brings again the hero of The Poet in a terrifying new thriller.
Forced out of the Los Angeles Times amid the most recent finances cuts, newspaperman Jack McEvoy makes a decision to move out with a bang, utilizing his ultimate days on the paper to write down the definitive homicide tale of his profession.
He specializes in Alonzo Winslow, a 16-year-old drug broker in reformatory after confessing to a brutal homicide. yet as he delves into the tale, Jack realizes that Winslow's so-called confession is bogus. the child may truly be innocent.
Jack is quickly working along with his largest tale because the Poet made his occupation years in the past. he's monitoring a killer who operates thoroughly lower than police radar--and with excellent wisdom of any stream opposed to him. together with Jack's.
By Brandon Zenner
"I stumbled on myself losing my kindle in surprise at a couple of issues . . . it truly is wonderful." (Shawn Remfrey, Literarylitter)
A stunning mental thriller: Benjamin Walker has taken a brand new and profitable activity engaged on a undertaking named Lucy, a laptop able to recording a person's goals in intimate element.
After years of checking out experimental medications and taking part in repetitive sleep-related stories, all is ultimately going good for Ben ... till unusual goals start to plague him and thoughts as soon as hidden start to demonstrate themselves. The medical professionals and employees on undertaking Lucy are usually not who Ben thinks they're, and the association will cease at not anything to maintain his rising thoughts buried for sturdy.
Ben is wear a collision direction with madness and demise. on the center of all of it, his worst enemy is his personal brain, and he needs to confront his earlier on the way to store his future.
"The twists and turns of the plot will depart your head reeling." (The San Francisco e-book Review). With over a hundred 5 celebrity stories on Amazon.
By Michael Koryta
The latest mystery from Michael Koryta, ny occasions bestselling author
When 13-year-old Jace Wilson witnesses a brutal homicide, he's plunged right into a new lifestyles, issued a fake identification and hidden in a desert talents application for youngsters. The plan is to get Jace off the grid whereas police locate the 2 killers. the result's the beginning of a nightmare.
The killers, referred to as the Blackwell Brothers, are slaughtering a person who will get of their means in a methodical quest to arrive him. Now all that continues to be among them and the boy are Ethan and Allison Serbin, who run the desert survival application; Hannah Faber, who occupies a lonely hearth lookout tower; and never-ending miles of desolate Montana mountains.
The clock is ticking, the mountains are burning, and people who want Jace Wilson lifeless are not any longer some distance at the back of.
By Dick Francis
Whilst reporter Bert Checkov falls to his demise, his colleague James Tyrone thinks he can end up it was once homicide. yet there is not any such factor as a convinced factor.
“Altun deals us 3 delights for the cost of one: a brilliantly edgy, witty mystery that opponents Highsmith; a metaphysical puzzle that Borges will be proud to name his personal; and a story of 2 assassins that conveys, higher than the other novel i've got learn, the best way that cash talks in Istanbul.”—Maureen Freely
"A deft, zinging whodunnit that is additionally a metaphysical puzzle necessary of the Oulipo crew. Altun’s prose has a dreamlike urgency; his novel is an enormous achievement."—John Ashbery
After the demise of his overbearing mom, the privileged Arda reclines in his wealth, reflecting on his younger existence and at the lifetime of his father, the recognized mathematician Mürsel Ergenekon, who was once murdered on Arda’s fourteenth birthday. whereas at the different part of town, “your humble servant” Bedirhan has made up our minds to pack in his ten-year occupation as an assassin.
Their lives turn into intrinsically certain during this notable mystery that takes us throughout the streets of Istanbul. We study that Bedirhan actually killed Arda’s father, and they percentage extra in universal than he or shall we imagine.
Meanwhile, Selçuk Altun, a former kin buddy, is enjoying a dangerous video game, offering Arda with clues to trace down his father’s killer.
Selçuk Altun used to be born in Artvin, Turkey, in 1950. He lives in Istanbul, and Songs My mom by no means Taught Me is his fourth novel to be released in Turkish. he's a retired banking govt and a bibliophile.
By Dustin Thomason
From the co-author of the two-million replica mega-bestseller The Rule of 4 comes a riveting mystery with an excellent premise in response to the 2012 apocalypse phenomenon—perfect for readers of Steve Berry, Preston and baby, and Dan Brown.
for many years, December 21, 2012, has been a touchstone for doomsayers around the globe. it's the date, they declare, while the traditional Maya calendar predicts the realm will end.
In l. a., weeks ahead of, all is calm. Dr. Gabriel Stanton takes his ordinary morning motorbike trip, drops off the puppy together with his ex-wife, and heads to the lab the place he reports incurable prion ailments for the CDC. His first telephone name is from a medical institution resident who has an pressing case she thinks he must see. in the meantime, Chel Manu, a Guatemalan American researcher on the Getty Museum, is interrupted by way of a determined, unwelcome customer from the black marketplace antiquities exchange who thrusts a duffel bag into her hands.
via the top of the day, Stanton, the major specialist on a number of the rarest infections on the earth, is grappling with a sufferer whose each symptom confounds and terrifies him. And Chel, the brightest younger megastar within the box of Maya reports, has ownership of an unlawful artifact that has miraculously survived the centuries intact: a necessary codex from a misplaced urban of her ancestors. This remarkable list, written in mystery via a royal scribe, turns out to carry the reply to her life’s paintings and to 1 of history’s nice riddles: why the Maya kingdoms vanished in a single day. without warning apparently our personal civilization may well endure this similar destiny.
With simply days ultimate till December 21, 2012, Stanton and Chel needs to sign up for forces sooner than time runs out.
Advance compliment for 12.21
“Dustin Thomason, M.D., will always be in comparison to Michael Crichton, M.D., and 12.21 will be favorably in comparison to The Andromeda Strain. either authors have written best scientific thrillers, the type of fact-based fiction that is very scary yet also very entertaining. Thomason is aware his stuff, and it exhibits on each web page. i actually couldn't positioned this ebook down.”—Nelson DeMille
“The most enjoyable novel of its sort because the days of Michael Crichton, 12.21 takes us from the frontiers of contemporary neuroscience to the riddles of historical Maya texts, with not anything lower than the way forward for our civilization at stake.”—Vince Flynn
“A fast-moving story . . . Thomason screens a powerful intensity of information of either technology and the traditional Mayan lifestyle. alongside the way in which, he skillfully ramps up the motion, one notch at a time. A profitable book.”—Kirkus Reviews
“Fascinating, terrifying for its strength realism. I enjoyed how tightly every little thing healthy jointly. I needed to preserve reading.”—Taylor Stevens, New York Times bestselling writer of The Informationist
“Fast, suspenseful . . . Michael Crichton enthusiasts will discover a lot to like.”—Publishers Weekly
By Val McDermid
Journalist Lindsay Gordon is extra familiar with investigating homicide than being suspected of it. but if union boss Tom Jack falls to his dying from her bed room window after a spectacularly public row with Lindsay, it kind of feels the single option to turn out her innocence is to discover the genuine perpetrator. In an research that attracts her inexorably into her personal prior, Lindsay is pressured to confront challenging ethical offerings sooner than she will be able to transparent her identify.